We Speak About Stress Tests on BNN’s After Hours Posted on July 11, 2010 by Yves Smith The After Hours show on BNN (Canada’s thoughtful answer to CNBC) is a bit of a cross between market wrap and commentary. Hope you enjoy it! You can view the segment here. Post navigation ← Links 7/10/10 Guest Post: Rationality and Fragility in Financial Markets → Subscribe to Post Comments 7 comments Francois T July 11, 2010 at 2:17 am Good performance Yves. It must be nice to be interviewed by non-CNBS professionals. Your last point about the credit markets was important. Bill July 11, 2010 at 3:58 am Good job Yves !! Very concise , easy to follow points . With which I tend to agree with entirely. Russell1200 July 11, 2010 at 5:35 am I thought this was a very good interview. The interviewers were very respectful. The Chris Whalen interview (which I think you linked) was another recent interview I thought was handled well. fiscalliberal July 11, 2010 at 7:40 am Good inverview with a lot of rationale and food for thought. Looks like the folks currently out of work are going to have tough sledding for finding jobs with the double dip looming Doug Terpstra July 11, 2010 at 11:25 am Great job. Amazing that you can be so engaging in the face of so gloomy a prognosis. If only the prophet Jeremiah had been as appealing in the face of apocalypse, ancient Israel might have avoided all that Babylonian unpleasantness. It’s fascinating how history rhymes on so many themes. Glen July 11, 2010 at 5:00 pm Good job. Thanks for the analysis I can follow. (Sometimes I think the “professional” economists pile it on rather deep under the idea that boatloads of BS can sell their ideas.) I’ll have to listen to BNN more, no yelling and screaming, thoughtful discussion, what a concept! Vinny July 11, 2010 at 5:55 pm I thought this was a very nice interview. Very civilized, and thoughtful, and without the interruptions and shouting that are typical of CNBC and other interviewers in the US. I thought it allowed you to express your thoughts in a clear fashion, so we can all understand. Vinny Comments are closed. Tip Jar Please Donate or Subscribe!